Pharmacy Technician Specialist

The Pharmacy Technician Program is a one-year Certificate of Achievement program emphasizing community and institutional pharmacy practice where technicians work under the supervision of a registered pharmacist. Role play, communication, teamwork, and conflict management are emphasized. The comprehensive training program has laboratory course instruction which emphasizes hand-on skill development.The program includes 320 hours of an institutional and community pharmacy practicum. The coursework prepares the individual for the national certification exam.

Area of Interest
Health Sciences
Pathway Result
Total Credits
24 credits
Additional Resources
Program Website
What's a Pathway?
This guided pathway represents one recommended way for you to complete this program. Each program of study offered at Mid is mapped out to help you stay on track and prepare you for your future. Specific courses were selected to align with the learning outcomes of this program.
What can be customized?

Pathways can be customized to meet your specific needs. Courses designated by a lock symbol Lock symbol represent a graduation requirement for this program of study that cannot be changed. We encourage you meet with an Academic Advisor to create a personalized plan. Make an advising appointment today at (989) 386-6626 or

Already have an account? You can create your own personalized plan based on this pathway. Customize your plan to graduate earlier with summer classes, include any transfer requirements, or match your placement results. Then, request a review from one of our academic advisors. Create plan now

Special Notes

At least 6 of these credit hours must be taken at Mid Michigan College.

All courses in a semester must be passed with a minimum grade of C to progress to the next semester.

Students must maintain a minimum GPA of 2.0

PHT courses may be repeated only once.

Limited Enrollment Program. Student must be admitted to PHT program prior to registering for PHT classes

Semester 1: Fall 13 credits

Semester 2: Winter 11 credits